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Former football player Howard "Woody" Carter was 398 lbs. when he made the decision to get healthy after tragically losing his wife to cancer.
As a father of four and grandfather of three, Carter, 46, was determined to lose the weight to make sure he will be there for all of them as long as possible. Carter lost 128 lbs. by the end of his time on The Biggest Loser and remains motivated to keep on his journey to health by his wife's memory.
"There's not a day that goes by that I don't think about her," he tells PEOPLE while choking back tears. "She has truly blessed me, and she's my motivation every day. Her can't is my want – everything that she can't do, I want to do and I will do, and as long as I can carry that spirit, she'll never go away."
Kylie Jenner is keeping mum about the upcoming season of her family's reality show, Keeping Up with the Kardashians, but she did put to rest one rumor swirling around her.
"I haven't dropped out of school," Jenner told PEOPLE on Friday night during the grand opening of the Sugar Factory American Brasserie in Rosemont, Illinois, just outside Chicago. "I still go to school every day."
Amazon announced Thursday that it will offer the entire first season of the hit series Transparent for free.
It might be unimaginable to think that kissing Johnny Depp could more trouble than it's worth, but that appears to have been the case for his Mortdecai costar, Gwyneth Paltrow.
Paltrow, 42, stopped by The Rachael Ray Show to discuss working with Depp and the mustache that made her laugh so much she was afraid she was going to get fired from the film.
In the movie, Depp, 51, who plays the titular character, wears a particularly insane mustache that makes his wife, played by Paltrow, gag.
On Jan. 23, 1985, the first episode of ThunderCats aired, introducing the world to Lion-O and the rest of the crew from the planet Thundera. Over the next four years, 129 more episodes would air. Even though the series ended in 1989, it didn't leave the minds of kids who loved these heroic cat-people. ThunderCats has certainly endured.
For lifelong ThunderCats fans stuck at their computer, we've gathered some bits of trivia about the series that will have you humming the theme song all day.
Is the world ready to see John Stamos as a grandfather?
Fox has ordered a pilot starring the Full House alum as a longtime bachelor who suddenly discovers that he's not only a father … but a grandfather.
At a very youthful 51, it's hard to wrap our heads around seeing Stamos play a grandpa, but the Hollywood Reporter says that the series will show the actor playing a version of himself.